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Xp home vs Xp Media


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latinsnake

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I watch a lot of movies on my pc , would switching to Xp media give me a better picture for watching movies on my pc ? Right now I watch a lot of HD movies on my pc at 1280 x 720 image display . The pic looks good , but I lose about 1 inch of each side of the screen when I switch to 1280 x 720 image display .
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Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005 is an operating system that is only available on Media Center PCs. Because of special hardware requirements, Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005-based PCs are available only from Microsoft PC Manufacturer partners.

http://www.microsoft...de/default.mspx
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Thanks . I might have messed my pc up if I installed it .
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